|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 6: New Orleans/Sacrificial Zone - Free Speech TV|
Accusations of racism and classism in the aftermath of Hurrican Katrina demand we open these issues to public debate. Join Amiri Baraka, Damu Smith, Dr. Beverly Wright, Malik Rahim, Food Not Bombs, and many survivors.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; Katrina; racism; poverty; race; class; AMiri Baraka; Damu Smith; Beverly Wright; environmental racism; Cancer Alley; FEMA; Malik rahim; Common Ground; 9th Ward; hurricane; Food Not Bombs
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 9: New Orleans: Civil Rights from Ruin - Free Speech TV|
They’re not refugees, the more 300,000 people of New Orleans who were driven from their homes by Hurricane Katrina, and prevented from returning by their city, state and federal governments. They are citizens, and their civil and human rights have been trampled by an unjust system that is becoming LESS just with each passing day. The people of New Orleans are now threatened with losing their VOTES, and they are responding with community involvement that’s spilling out from courtrooms and int...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; Katrina; racism; civil rights; human rights; environmental racism; rebuild; COmmon Ground; Jesse Jackson; New Orleans; election; Voters Rights Act; Jerome Smith; CC Campbell-Rock; St. Augustine Church; Treme Brass Band; Malik Rahim